Developments in Libya

21 March 2014

On Tuesday 25 March at 2.30 pm in Committee Room 15, the Foreign Affairs Committee takes evidence on developments in Libya

This is the third in a series of one-off evidence sessions on the Middle East, to keep abreast of developments and UK policy there. Previous sessions focussed on Syria and its immediate neighbours and Israel-Palestine.

Tuesday 25 March 2014, Committee Room 15, Palace of Westminster 


At 2.30pm

  • Oliver Miles CMG, former UK Ambassador to Libya and Deputy Chairman of the Libyan-British Business Council

At 3.10pm

  • Noman Benotman, Quilliam President

At 3.50pm

  • Sir Dominic Asquith KCMG, former UK Ambassador to Libya, and Chairman of the Libyan-British Business Council

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